NJ’s Top News For 11/13: Christie Visits Israel
Here are the top New Jersey news stories for Monday:
KFAR AZZA, Israel — Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie on Sunday visited Israel, expressing solidarity in Israel's war against Hamas and saying the U.S. must stand “shoulder to shoulder” with its close ally.
Christie toured a kibbutz that was ravaged in the Oct. 7 rampage by Hamas militants that triggered the war and was meeting Israeli leaders during his one-day visit. The former New Jersey governor is the first candidate for the 2024 Republican nomination to visit Israel.
Heavy rains flood your vehicle in the street. Strong winds send a tree branch through your car's windshield.
You may have automobile insurance, because New Jersey requires it, but you may also be completely out of luck in these instances when it comes to coverage.
In order to be covered for vehicle damage caused by natural disasters, you would have had to have made the choice to purchase comprehensive coverage when picking your policy.
BELLMAWR — A South Jersey man is charged with first-degree attempted aggravated sexual assault after a disturbing break-in at his neighbor's house, according to published reports.
Edward Lynch, 29, is also charged with second-degree charges of disarming a police officer, burglary, and child endangerment, as well as third-degree aggravated assault, fourth-degree resisting, and fourth-degree criminal mischief, reported NBC 10 Philadelphia.
BRIDGEWATER — A Somerset County man barricaded himself in a condo and held a woman for hours until SWAT was forced to breach the residence, according to authorities.
Alonzo Blakey, 50, is charged with second-degree aggravated assault, third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and fourth-degree unlawful weapon possession, Somerset County Prosecutor John McDonald said.
Total spending on each student at New Jersey schools rose by over 12% during the 2021-2022 school year, according to a state report.
For each student, New Jersey schools spent an average of $27,627.
But some school districts are spending much more per student.
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